Elon Musk released the first Tesla electric pickup truck he described as a "cyberpunk" truck and was inspired by the Blade Runner.
As we reported earlier today, Tesla introduced the latest
Tesla reported that it had flashed an image on the main screen as everyone moved to the back of the Y-test room.
It was said that
Last year, Musk confused many when he said Tesla's pickup truck would have a "truly futuristic design like a cyberpunk Blade runner."
Today he pointed out that Tesla played the end of the Blade Runner titles that they played after Model Y and revealed the Tesla Pickup's Tesla Pickup:
About a minute later, we flashed with a Tesla picture of a Tesla cinematographer pic  March 16, 2019
This is the first official image of Tesla Pickup Truck, different from the previous pickup version of Tesla Semi, which has never been clearly outlined for production.
This new truck is something Tesla really wants to do and present it later this year.
Here's another version of the modified image to get a better idea of the shape:
Musk has already said that the vehicle is his favorite of all new Tesla's new car programs, but he thinks that "it could be too futuristic for most people."
Besides the design that we start to know more with this image, we already know quite a little for the Tesla Pickup Truck's specifications after Musk searched for the developed vehicle o and share some of the target specifications.
He talks about being a 6-seat "big truck" with an option for 400 to 500 miles of
It will be presented later this year, but the actual production time line is still unclear.
To be honest, I'm not sure what I'm looking at. Is this the bed of the truck? Is it the front end?
Please educate me in the comments section below.
Maybe it's just a bad tease, but I'm beginning to understand Elon's comment that maybe Tesla's truck is too futuristic for most people.
However, it sounds like they're still doing it. When it comes to delivering great products, Tesla has pretty good results.
We'll see …